. . The small baroque chapel of the Holy Sepulchre was built in 1647. The village's parish church, dedicated to Saint Hubert, was built in 1938, but the tower dates from the 15th or 16th century. . . Kanne is situated right on the border with the city of Maastricht in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is also on the border with the Walloon municipality of Visé. Kanne is situated in the valley of the river Geer (Dutch: Jeker) between Cannerberg (part of the Hesbaye Plateau) in the west and Mount Saint Peter (Caestert Plateau) in the east. The village is also situated on the Albert Canal, at the western end of the canal's passage through Mount Saint Peter. . . #mountsaintpeter#kanne#super_belgium#chateauneercanne#super_holland#nature_perfection#wanderlust
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